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11.16.15 :: Supreme, Peanuts, New Balance

11.16.15 :: Supreme, Peanuts, New Balance

By Peter

Supreme x The North Face – The famous words of Malcolm X become the centerpiece of the latest collection between outfitter The North Face and New York-based Supreme. The political activist’s “By Any Means Necessary” is boldly printed across the Nuptse down jacket and the Mountain Pullover. Available in three colorways, the print is also used across a selection of travel accessories, along with a pair of running gloves. Look for this extensive partnership to drop this coming Thursday, November 19, in Los Angeles, New York, and online.

Source: Supreme

 

Stussy Made in California Holiday 2015 – Stussy continues to strive for improvement with a new collection that is made entirely from their home state. The new Made in California collection for Holiday 2015 is comprised of button-downs, wovens, light outerwear, and bottoms that are finished in seasonal fabrics. Wool, suede leather, thick canvas make up most of the collection with a few choices for headwear. The ambitious collection is available now at Stussy Chapter store, and online.

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BAPE x Transformers – As a long-time collector of Masterpiece Transformers, the pinnacle is Takara-Tomy. While Hasbro has cheaped-out the Autobots and Decepticons with flimsy plastic, this Japanese toymaker uses metal to create reproductions as close to the original as possible. BAPE teams up with the Takara team again, and this time the red Bape camouflage is the centerpiece for this special edition Optimus Prime. The Bape head silhouette appears on the arm of the Autombots leader, and is just as prominent displayed when Optimus transforms into a truck.

Source: BAPE

 

Noal 6-Panel – With a pedigree that includes Creative Director of Supreme, Brendon Babenzien’s return to men’s fashion was highly anticipated. The new Noah brand has some pricey pieces, but within the line is an affordable range of 6-Panel caps. Made completely in the USA, the caps are clean and simple with the Noah logo embroidered across the crown. The caps are available now in navy, pink, red, and black.

Source: Noah

 

Yeezy 750 Black – Following the release of the Yeezy Boost 350 “Moonrock,” the high-cut 750 in black is set to also release very soon. The grey uppers are switched out in favor of black suede and a canvas strap across the midfoot, while all resting on a stealthy black Boost sole. As one of the most hyped sneakers of the year there will be plenty of lines for this sneaker, and it wouldn’t be too early to start camping now for the December 5th release date.

Source: GQ

 

Burton x Peanuts – The wet winter weather created in Charles Schultz’s Peanut world is the centerpiece of a collaborative collection with Burton. The limited edition artwork appears on the Burton Social with a Twin Shape and sizing for the lighter female rider. There is also another board made for children with artowrk for the recent release of The Peanut Movie. In addition to the two snowboards there will also be a small collection of co-branded base layers.

Source: Burton

 

Fear of God for PacSun – Jerry Lorenzo and his Fear of God presents an exclusive collection for PacSun. Fear of God uses this inaugural partnership to develop a more youthful collection at more affordable price points. Using vintage band T-shirts, a heavy military influence, and references to the punk scene, the collection is a welcome change to the usual graphic-laden collaborations. Look for “Collection One’ to drop early next month on December 11.

Source: PacSun

 

New Balance USA Collection – New Balance knows a thing or two about coloring and for the Holidays they light up the classic 998. The comfortable retro runner returns as part of the USA Collection and New Balance dresses it up in some snazzy colors. Using the vibrant and bold coloring found in nineties ski wear, the subtle grey silhouette is hit with flashes of cool turquoise and spicy red. New Balance continues to prove that technical innovation isn’t necessary to win over fans of running shoes.

Source: Sneaker Politics

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